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- Ethnicity: Caucasian;Hispanic
- Age Range: 17 - 26
- Vocal Range: tenor
- Eyes: dark hazel
- Hair: dark brown
- Height: 5' 8"
Will recently graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama. In addition to gaining a well-rounded education, he studied acting, monologues & scene analysis, script analysis, technical theatre, playwriting, and dance.
He currently lives in Seattle and is pursuing a professional acting career.
Will's favorite theatre highlights so far have been with the Seattle area Book-It Repertory Theatre (professional), and Drama Dock (community). At Book-It he acted in the world premiers of both "Snow Falling on Cedars," adapted and directed by Kevin McKeon, and �Moby Dick, or The Whale,� adapted and directed by David Quicksall. At Drama Dock Will played "Brad" in The Rocky Horror Show, directed by Elizabeth Ripley. He has also participated in numerous professional, community, and school productions.
Will has enjoyed acting in several commercial/industrial shoots, including Microsoft and Brookes Shoes. He captured a lead role in his first independent short film, "Search," directed by Robert Grant of the University of Washington's Independent Filmmaker Program.
In 2008 Will was one of 28 high school students nationwide accepted into the University of Southern California�s Summer Acting Seminar where he studied for 4 weeks and received college credit.
Will is enthusiastic, hardworking, and reliable, and is very committed to the success of all the projects in which he is involved.
From The News Tribune, �Teen Gets Taste of Professional Acting,� by Steve Maynard: ...Kevin McKeon, director of �Snow Falling on Cedars,� on Will: �He�s a great kid. He�s got a great attitude, and he�s very open to learning and growing as an actor. He seems very driven too."...
Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Student;Stage Combatant;Singer;Dancer;Actor